The ‘old’ Presbyterian Church in Cloughey was built in 1842 on a plot of ground between the road and the sea which had been donated by John Echlin of Echlinville and the Reverend I R Echlin. Before that, services were held in Kirkistown Castle.
The new Presbyterian Church in Cloughey is located at 69B Main Road BT22 1HY and there are no war memorials in either the old or new churches.
FIRST WORLD WAR
Presbyterian Church in Ireland Roll of Honour
|Barbour||R. Stanley||Red House||Lieutenant||R.A. Force|
|Palmer||James||Cloughey||Lance-Corporal||16th R.I.R.||D.C.M. Wounded|
|Thompson||James||Kirkeston||Private||13th R.I.R.||Killed in Action|
|COLONIAL and U.S.A. FORCES|
|Donnan||Thomas||Cloughey||Private||N.Z. Infantry||Killed in Action|
|McQuitty||George||Kirkeston, Cloughey||Private||8th Canadian Infantry||Prisoner of War|
|McQuitty||James||Kirkeston, Cloughey||Corporal||Tasmanian Forces||Wounded|
|Thompson||Wm.||Kirkeston, Cloughey||Private||U.S.A. Army|
In the graveyard beside the old church there is one CWGC headstone.
10th May 1917